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ARRESTS


December 24 - David Millard Allen, 39, Cleveland, DUI, violation implied consent.

December 26 - Christopher Lee Churchill, 25, McCaysville GA, Assault, vandalism, driving on suspended, DUI 2nd offense.

December 27 - James Ricky Goins, 44, Cleveland, Violation probation.

December 28 - Lisa Diane Harvey, 35, Cleveland, Child support ... Randall J. Davison, 48, McCaysville GA, Fannin County charges only.

December 29 - James Derrick Cross, 37, McDonald, Violation probation.

December 30 - Britt Bates, 39, Benton, Domestic assault ... Mona Alyssa Manwill, 29, Cruelty to animals, violation protection order ... Mitchell Todd Wheeler, 41, Cruelty to animals, violation protection order.


INCIDENTS


December 24 - A car was reported in a ditch on Mull Rd ... A prowler was reported at Tennga Exxon ... Extra patrol was requested in Old Fort ... A property dispute was reported on Wolf Ridge Road ... Possible trespassing was reported at the Old Monastery in Isabella.

December 25 - Fire was reported on Briarwood Ln ... A tree was reported down on Mtn View Rd ... Assault was reported on J Wilson Rd ... A domestic dispute was reported on Hiwassee Ln ... A bear cub was reported struck and killed by a car on Highway 64 East of Goforth Creek.

December 26 - A tree was reported down in Ducktown ... Trees were reported down on Dixon Rd, Boanerges Church Rd, Reynolds Bridge Rd and Athens Rd ... An accident was reported at First Volunteer Bank ... A woman was reported driving by a house yelling obscenities and flipping the bird ... A horse was reported in a yard on Mill St ... Mailbox vandalism was reported on Athens Rd ... A theft was reported at Hensley Auto Sales on Highway 68 in Ducktown ... Assault and Vandalism were reported by  a resident on Green Drive.

December 27 - Harassment was reported on Lois Ln ... A noise disturbance was reported in Old Fort ... A suspicious male was reported in Benton ... Request to remove someone was made on Welcome Valley Rd ... A suspicious person was reported at Hiwassee Park ... A broken windshield was reported on Hwy 411 and Horns Creek Rd ... A hole in siding was reported on Hwy 411 ... A wreck was reported in Ducktown ... An accident was reported on Grassy Creek Road ... Theft of a vehicle was reported by a resident on Benfield Road ... Vandalism was reported on Chanceytown Road.

December 28 - Threats were reported in Delano ... Theft was reported on Busted Rock Rd ... A possible drunk driver was reported on Beech Springs Church Rd with no lights on yelling  ... Loud music and a loud vehicle were reported on Kimsey Hwy ... Possible vandalism by a 4-wheeler was reported  on Mtn View Circle.

December 29 - A family quarrell was reported in Old Fort ... Pot smoking was reported on Mull Rd ... Theft of a generator was reported on Hwy 30 ... An unwanted person was reported on Davis Ln ... A dog was reported loose on Della Dr ... A vehicle unlock was requested on Locke Ln ... A reckless truck driver was reported on Hwy 64 ... Stranded hikers were reported on Starr Mtn ... A family quarrell was reported on Post Rd ... Theft was reported in Delano ... An accident was reported on Airport Road ... An accident was reported on Highway 64 at the Stick Dam ... An accident was reported on Highway 64 west of the Ocoee Whitewater Center.

December 30 - A woman reported her daughter being hit by a stepmother with a brush ... An attempted breakin was reported on Stump St ... An intoxicated female was reported on Clemmer Ferry Rd ... A stolen vehicle was reported in Ocoee ... A prowler was reported on Dentville Rd. Extra patrol was requested ... Theft of medications was reported on Chestuee Rd ... A resident of Tumbling Creek Road was taken to the hospital for treatment of first and second degree burns, after her clothes caught fire. According to deputies, the woman apparently stood too close to a heater while trying to get warm. The skirt she was wearing caught fire, resulting in burns to her legs.

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